Posts Tagged ‘startups’

Unbranded Pop-up Returns with Downtown Dallas Inc. at Helm

Posted by Jewels Clark

Returning for its fourth year, Dallas pop-up shop Unbranded will be back in downtown Dallas once again — this time under new management.

Matt Alexander of Q Fifty One Digital and Bryan DeLuca of Foot Cardigan created Unbranded in 2014

Startup Weekend Fort Worth Could Give Life to Your Million Dollar Idea

Posted by Jewels Clark

Startup Weekend is coming to Fort Worth and is giving you the opportunity to make your million dollar idea a reality.

The concept is simple. Gather talented people from all industry backgrounds, give them a deadline, and watch them turn …

$100K Dallas Diversity & Inclusion Investment Challenge Seeks Applicants

Posted by Lance Murray

Capital Factory, in partnership with DivInc, and The Dallas Entrepreneur Center announced Tuesday the $100,000 Dallas Diversity & Inclusion Investment Challenge targeting North Texas startups that have at least one female or person of color on their executive team.

Qualifying …

3 DFW Cybersecurity Startups Among Nation’s Best-Funded

Posted by Lance Murray

Texas is one of the leading homes for privately owned cybersecurity companies in the U.S., and three of the nation’s best-funded startups have offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, according to data from the analytics company CB Insights.

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Unfiltered Entrepreneurship: CometX Startup Coach Talks Grit, Hustle, and Sweet Success

Posted by UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management

UTDallas_University of Texas at Dallas_ Dallas Innovates is a Gold Founding SponsorSometimes, the benefits of being a university student far outweigh the actual cost of attending college. Take Comet Accelerator — an experiential program that pulls student teams from The University of Texas at Dallas and throws them into a 10-week …

Motor Function, Speech Exercise App Tops CodeLaunch Pitch

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Eight months ago, speech language pathologist Madison McClure had an idea for an app to help her elderly patients regain motor functions, speech, and memory.

It would be full of activities and exercises to reinforce what she did during their …

DFW Rises on List of World’s 
‘Most High-Tech Cities’

Posted by Lance Murray

Shanghai. Amsterdam. London. Boston. New York. San Francisco. Dallas-Fort Worth.

Business Insider has published its list of “The Most High-Tech Cities in the World,” a compilation of 25 cities that are doing the best at using technology and creating opportunities …

New Coworking Lab Debuting in Arts District This Fall

Posted by Chloe Bennett

A highly-anticipated coworking lab has finally announced plans to move into the Dallas Arts District with the help of a local developer.

New York-based Serendipity Labs Coworking has claimed 29,000 square feet in KPMG Plaza tower on Ross Avenue, The

The Study Gives Space, Educational Opportunities to Entrepreneurs

Posted by Chloe Bennett

A city library turned innovation center is gearing up to provide more support for Dallas-area startups.

A public-private initiative between the city of Irving and Indigo Group, The Study is a new haven for entrepreneurs looking to nurture and advance …

Toyota AI Ventures Fund Provides $100M to Startups

Posted by Mallory Houser

The Toyota Research Institute announced Tuesday it’s investing $100 million to create a new corporate venture capital subsidiary, Toyota AI Ventures, to assist upcoming startups around the globe. 

Three tech companies — Nauto, SLAMcore, and Intuition Robotics — …